The DConf Experience

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April 23rd, the deadline for DConf 2017 registrations, is just a few days away. Personally, I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to attend this year or not, but fortunately things worked out. While I’m looking forward to more great presentations this year, that’s not what keeps drawing me back (or makes me regret being … Continue reading The DConf Experience

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Ruminations on D: An Interview with Walter Bright

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Joakim is the resident interviewer for the D Blog. He has also interviewed members of the D community for This Week in D and is responsible for the Android port of LDC. Walter Bright is the creator and first implementer of the D programming language. He was an early developer of C++ compilers starting from … Continue reading Ruminations on D: An Interview with Walter Bright

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The Why and Wherefore of the New D Improvement Proposal Process

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When a programmer sees fellow programmers contributing code to open source projects, it is unlikely that the question of why will ever come to mind in terms of motive. Regarding technical merit or usefulness, sure. But motive? Coders who are inclined to contribute bug fixes, new features, build systems, or other resources to open source … Continue reading The Why and Wherefore of the New D Improvement Proposal Process

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The DLang Vision and Improvement Process

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The evolution of D has been a process of steady, if not always speedy, improvement. In the early days, Walter was the only person working on the language, the reference compiler, and the standard library, though he did accept contributions. Today, numerous people contribute to or maintain a piece of every aspect of D’s development. … Continue reading The DLang Vision and Improvement Process

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The D Website and You

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For those who have been around the D community for a long time, it’s all too easy to look at the website we have today and think how much better it is than anything we’ve had in the past. It’s miles ahead. Unfortunately, that perspective doesn’t lend itself well to recognizing actual problems that newcomers … Continue reading The D Website and You

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